College of Pharmacy

Student Affairs

Welcome!  Our office serves as an information link for accepted and current students.

Susan Grace

Mrs. Susan Grace, Director

 

 

 

 

Pam Celsor

Mrs. Pam Celsor, Administrative Secretary

 

 

 

 


Please let us know if we can assist you in any way!

Phone:  501-279-5528
Fax:  501-279-5525
Email:  sgrace@harding.edu or pcelsor@harding.edu
Address:  Harding College of Pharmacy, Office of Student Affairs, Box 12230, Searcy AR  72149

Annual Student Events

White Coat Ceremony Aug 10

Accepted Student Forms:

A) Complete Welcome Packet & Forms  for Accepted Students (Please print and return required forms)
B) Other housing options

Orientation 08

Student Organizations:

Council of Students (COS)
President:  Megan Sessums
Advisor:  Mrs. Susan Grace

The Council of Students is an organization of elected pharmacy students working for the futherment of programs set forth by the student body.  All students of the College of Pharmacy are included in the student body organization.  The Council of Students acts as the official voice of the student body.  Its objectives include establishing two-way communication expressing views on pharmacy education between students and educators.  Activities sponsored by the organization include the Fall Welcome to Searcy Party and the Spring School Picnic. 

American-Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) 
President:  Jackie Dabbour
Advisor:  Dr. Jeanie Smith 

APhA-ASP has been dedicated to improving medication use and advancing patient care. Harding University is excited to become involved with a campus chapter. APhA-ASP plays an important role in helping students navigate through the challenges of pharmacy school, explore careers in pharmacy, and connect with other professionals. APhA-ASP also provides optimal networking opportunities and career guidance for students, leadership development, professional liability insurance, scholarships and awards, and a chance to connect with over 30,000 student pharmacists from 101 schools of pharmacy. 
Click for Harding's APhA-ASP chapter's most recent Newsletter.

Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists (SSHP)
President:  Hannah Suh
Advisor:  Dr. Rayanne Story

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) is the 30,000-member national professional association that represents pharmacists who practice in hospitals, health maintenance organizations, home care agencies, long-term facilities, and other components of health systems.  An important element in achieving the goals of the ASHP is providing a mechanism at every school of pharmacy whereby students are afforded increased opportunities to learn about pharmacy practice health systems.  ASHP believes this is best achieved through the establishment of student societies of health-system pharmacy, directly affiliated with the respective ASHP Affiliated State Chapter and closely linked to programs, services, and activities of the ASHP Pharmacy Student Forum.

National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA)  
President:  Tyler Staten
Advisor:  Dr. Jeff Mercer & Dr. Tim Howard

The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) founded in 1898 as the National Association of Retail Druggists (NARD), represents the pharmacist owners, managers, and employees more than 23,000 independent community pharmacies across the United States. NCPA Student Affairs offers pharmacy students a wide array of opportunities to broaden and enrich their educational experience, gain valuable real world skills, earn scholarships and have fun in the process. Their mission is to encourage, foster, and recognize an interest in community pharmacy ownership and entrepreneurship among the future leaders of the profession.

Other Valuable Information:    

http://finance.yahoo.com/ career-work/article/107253/ top-paying-jobs-for-women?mod= career-salary_negotiation/
http://AfterCollege.com/career-networks/harding-university/college-of-pharmacy/answers/


College of Pharmacy
501-279-5528
pharmacy@harding.edu

exp.pharmacy@Harding.edu

Located in the Center for Health Sciences

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